Gov't Deal With Shell Revealed

Government is expecting billions of dollars in revenue from the deal which it signed with energy giant Shell on May 29th. Minister of Energy, Franklin Khan revealed the details of the multi-faceted agreement in the Lower House. We have Kevin Ramnarine, former Minister of Energy and Energy Affairs to give us his perspectives on the Government's Shell Deal.

Gov’t Pension And The Recruitment Of The Workers

On set is the President of the Public Service Association, Watson Duke. He's here to put into context the Government's Pension and the Recruitment of the Workers' Act.

PTA Of Malick Secondary

The Malick Secondary School is putting on an event entitled, “Graduation Love”. The initiative aims to assist students who are unable to fund the entire graduation package. The event takes place on July 5th at the Radisson Hotel in Port of Spain. The cost of a ticket is $350. In studio to give us more information are; Priscilla Marine Daniel - President and  Karen Walter -Vice President.

TTPS Information Drive

We are joined on set by Sgt. Ancil Forde, the TTPS Public Information Ambassador. Today we are discussing road safety and we will revisit the issue of Sedition and Related Acts.

Corpus Christi Carmelite Sisters

The Corpus Christi Carmelites prepares to celebrate its 100th anniversary and is putting on a number of events to commemorate the occasion. They are also seeking assistance to continue operating its twelve children’s homes and nurseries as it is currently experiencing a shortfall of 1.95 million dollars to keep their establishment afloat. On set to give us more details and express their plight are Sister Katrina Charles- General Councillor, Sister Ann Marie - Junior Professed Member.

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